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Tidbits of Occultism

Brayo44ki

Village Elder
#1
In the Vatican city, at the heart of St Peter's square stands a magnificent obelisk carved 13 hundred years bc

The kingdom of God is within you ~Jesus Christ
Know thyself~Pythagoras
Know ye not, that ye are gods~Hermes Trismegistus

Abracadabra: Aramaic Mysticism: Arah ka dabra~ I create as I speak

Only through the realization that his days on earth were finite could he grasp the importance of living those days with honor, integrity and service to his fellow man~ John Quincy's letters on the Masonic institution.

Laus Deo~praise God

1995: Stargate/Scannate scandal exposed classified CIA tech called remote viewing, a telepathic mind travel that enabled a viewer to transport his mind's eye to any location on earth.

History is replete with great minds who have all proclaimed the same thing, great minds who have all insisted that man possesses mystical abilities of which he is unaware.

'Behind the secrets of nature remains something stable, subtle, intangible and inexplicable. Veneration for this force beyond anything that we can comprehend is my religion'
Albert Einstein

'Magnets and magic do not go together'
J. K. Rowling HP & the OotP
 

Brayo44ki

Village Elder
#4
Oya! Kausha bangi kwanza. Are you pro or anti cult? Unasema nini?
:D :D :D occultism means hidden information, available to a few.
But when available you are left to your own devices to arrive at your own conclusion.

Cult is unquestionably the opposite of such an independent intellectual pursuit.
Kinyozi man naona huchelewangi na comments atakama huelewi chochote.
Kuuliza sio ujinga mjamaa wa mbogi genje
 

Akon City

Senior Villager
#5
Abracadabra: Aramaic Mysticism: Arah ka dabra~ I create as I speak
A bard would naturally be placed much higher and more fearsome than a magician. A magician might curse you, that might make your hens lay funny or you may have a child born with a club foot. But if a bard were to place not a curse upon you, but a satire, then that could destroy you. If it was a clever satire, it might not just destroy you in the eyes of your associates, it would destroy you in the eyes of your family, it would destroy you in your own eyes. And if it was a finely worded and clever satire that might survive and be remembered for decades, even centuries, then years after you were dead people still might be reading it and laughing at you and your wretchedness and your absurdity.
 

Brayo44ki

Village Elder
#6
A bard would naturally be placed much higher and more fearsome than a magician. A magician might curse you, that might make your hens lay funny or you may have a child born with a club foot. But if a bard were to place not a curse upon you, but a satire, then that could destroy you. If it was a clever satire, it might not just destroy you in the eyes of your associates, it would destroy you in the eyes of your family, it would destroy you in your own eyes. And if it was a finely worded and clever satire that might survive and be remembered for decades, even centuries, then years after you were dead people still might be reading it and laughing at you and your wretchedness and your absurdity.
Brings to mind the 'Rains of Catamere', a bard is a potent weapon in the right hands. Yet allow me to point out their modus operandi remains the same: Words!

Words control whatever we think whether we are aware of it or not, and that's why rhetoric is a must for any aspiring leader. Look at politicians, clergy, artist's..etc.

Have you read George Washington's 'Farewell address'? Pure work of art, look at how degrading words are popular amongst have nots.

Humans are subdued by clever tantalizing words, having an arsenal of vocabulary gives you in an edge in this opinionated world.

In conclusion; Confucius once said 'without understanding the force of words, it is impossible to know more'.
 

Don_Bamb1no

Senior Villager
#9
In the Vatican city, at the heart of St Peter's square stands a magnificent obelisk carved 13 hundred years bc

The kingdom of God is within you ~Jesus Christ
Know thyself~Pythagoras
Know ye not, that ye are gods~Hermes Trismegistus

Abracadabra: Aramaic Mysticism: Arah ka dabra~ I create as I speak

Only through the realization that his days on earth were finite could he grasp the importance of living those days with honor, integrity and service to his fellow man~ John Quincy's letters on the Masonic institution.

Laus Deo~praise God

1995: Stargate/Scannate scandal exposed classified CIA tech called remote viewing, a telepathic mind travel that enabled a viewer to transport his mind's eye to any location on earth.

History is replete with great minds who have all proclaimed the same thing, great minds who have all insisted that man possesses mystical abilities of which he is unaware.

'Behind the secrets of nature remains something stable, subtle, intangible and inexplicable. Veneration for this force beyond anything that we can comprehend is my religion'
Albert Einstein

'Magnets and magic do not go together'
J. K. Rowling HP & the OotP

The obselik ( it symbolises the sun god Ra ) in found in many major cities this people I think there obsessed with ancient Egypt they spend many years learning and disturbing the dead. I don't know what technology they hope to uncover.
imitation is a form of flattery

An obelisk (/ˈɒbəlɪsk/; from Ancient Greek: ὀβελίσκος obeliskos;[1][2]diminutive of ὀβελός obelos, "spit, nail, pointed pillar"[3]) is a tall, four-sided, narrow tapering monument which ends in a pyramid-like shape or pyramidion at the top. Originally they were called tekhenu by their builders, the Ancient Egyptians. The Greeks who saw them used the Greek term obeliskos to describe them, and this word passed into Latin and ultimately English.[4]Ancient obelisks are monolithic; that is, they consist of a single stone. Most modern obelisks are made of several stones.
 

Brayo44ki

Village Elder
#10
The obselik ( it symbolises the sun god Ra ) in found in many major cities this people I think there obsessed with ancient Egypt they spend many years learning and disturbing the dead. I don't know what technology they hope to uncover.
imitation is a form of flattery

An obelisk (/ˈɒbəlɪsk/; from Ancient Greek: ὀβελίσκος obeliskos;[1][2]diminutive of ὀβελός obelos, "spit, nail, pointed pillar"[3]) is a tall, four-sided, narrow tapering monument which ends in a pyramid-like shape or pyramidion at the top. Originally they were called tekhenu by their builders, the Ancient Egyptians. The Greeks who saw them used the Greek term obeliskos to describe them, and this word passed into Latin and ultimately English.[4]Ancient obelisks are monolithic; that is, they consist of a single stone. Most modern obelisks are made of several stones.
The Egyptians proved to be an advanced race where even the great mathematician Pythagoras was a student, even the Washington monument is still an Obelisk with the words Laus Deo engraved.
Imagine getting your grubby paws around their manuscripts.. The knowledge within.
 

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